Beautiful Baltic 58, from 1993, and currently in her 3rd ownership. She has been skipper maintained in current and previous ownership and has been much loved. Her layout is super cool and packs in a lot for 58ft. Gorgeous owner’s cabin and roomy crew accommodation.
Number of single berths: 8
Number of cabins: 3
Number of heads: 3
The Baltic 58 represented the third serial production model in cooperation with Sparkman & Stephens and followed the same philosophy as the previous Baltic 64 and Baltic 52. Although the racing scene had moved more into the empty flat-out sailing machines, the 58 proved that the Baltic Yacht concept of building the yachts light, even when equipped with a comfortable interior, made a product that still could compete in races and at the same time offer very comfortable and safe family cruising.
Baltic Yachts was founded 35 years ago in 1973 by five men looking to build superior yachts – or superyachts - that would give them the edge over their competitors. Baltic Yachts is now one of the leading names in custom and semi-custom-made luxury yachts for sale. The Baltic Yachts Ltd yard is in a village called Bosund on the West coast of Finland. Here they have developed excellent facilities for building their yachts. The first yacht built by Baltic Yachts Ltd was the Baltic 46 in 1974. Since then they have built custom and semi-custom-built yachts for sale in all sizes from 38ft to 152ft.
New engine 2004, checked 2016.
New generator 2009.
Hull repainted 2009.
New Teak Deck 2009.
New engine battery 2015.
New inverter 2016.
Professional rig check recently.
New Main and Genoa 2012.
Garmin GPS map 4012.
RCD Status: Our understanding is that the yacht is exempt from the essential safety requirements of the Recreational Craft Directive as she was built and placed into use within the EU prior to 1998.
FRP sandwich construction to the highest specification, using unidirectional roving’s and high-grade resin to develop an extremely rigid yet light and well insulated structure.
The core material is aircraft-grade Balsa, type CK57. CK57 is lighter than standard balsa. (It has a specific weight of 110 kg/m3 (6,9 lbs./ ft3) compared to 155 kg/m3 (9,7 lbs./ ft3) of the latter).
Time and experience have revealed that the very best hull laminate incorporates a hybrid unidirectional roving consisting of a combination of Kevlar and glass fibres. This proven system is refined and used on the BALTIC 58.
The resin used in the laminates is a modified Isophthalic polyester with higher impact strength, toughness, elongation to break (more crack resistant), and higher water resistant than of the conventionally used resins.
This combination of sandwich construction, unidirectional Kevlar/Glass fibres and high-grade resin will result in laminates with significant weight reduction but also added strength and durability compared to conventional laminates.
All high stress areas are specially strengthened with a build-up of unidirectional roving’s orientated in the direction of the stress.
Transverse floors and longitudinal stringers are made up of a unidirectional roving and fabmat around a low-density PVC foam core.
Finishing - Hull outside painted with high quality abrasion-resistance colour pigment gelcoat. White hull colour – repainted 2009.
Hull inside top coated white or dark brown.
Main structural bulkheads are built up of a balsa core GRP sandwich construction.
Deck & Superstructure Construction:
Hand laid-up moulded fiberglass with balsa core for stiffening and insulation and a high density core reinforcement incorporated in the mounting areas of winches and fittings.
The deck has a high strength/weight ratio and is bonded to the hull with layers of roving.
The deck is through bolted to the hull.
Deck is painted with high quality abrasion-resistance colour pigment gelcoat.
Standard colour is white.
Teak laid deck – refitted 2009.
Keel & Rudder:
External fin keel, cast to high accuracy, in lead strengthened with antimony.
The shape of the keel has been developed with the emphasis of lowering the ballast centre-of-gravity as much as possible without adding drag or decreasing lift.
The lower centre of gravity gives higher stability with added speed and power but also makes the boat easier to handle. A lower centre of gravity also increases the boats resistance against knock downs hence making the boat safer and adds seaworthiness.
The keel is through bolted to the hull by cast-in stainless steel bolts. The cantilevered semi-elliptical balanced spade rudder is moulded from Fiberglas and filled with PVC-foam. Foam filling under high pressure in special strengthened mould.
The rudder stock is made of high strength, S-glass - Epoxy construction using "Vacu-Press" manufacturing system. The rudder stock is tapered and dimensioned to the corresponding bending moments in order to minimise weight.
The rudder stock passes through self-aligning roller bearings and a stuffing box which is strongly bonded to the hull.
Engine & Gearboxes:
Yanmar 4JH 125hp 4-cylinder turbo-charged diesel engine, new in 2004.
Approx. 2.506h @ 19-08-2020.
Yanmar reduction gearbox.
Freshwater cooled engine.
Single lever engine control.
Propulsion & Steering:
Brunton’s Varifold feathering propeller.
The propeller shaft is made of corrosion resistant steel AISI 329.
The outboard end is supported with a stainless steel IOR-type shaft strut including rubber bearings.
The stuffing box has a hose connection to the stern tube.
Zinc anodes and a mechanical propeller stop are installed on the shaft.
The steering is provided by a light weight "destroyer type" wheel.
The wheel is leather covered made of stainless steel, welded and highly polished.
Baltic Yachts custom made pedestal. The steering has sprockets and non-magnetic chains leading to steering cables.
The steering cables are stainless steel wire and the cable sheaves have a score diameter of not less than 20 times the wire diameter.
The steering sheaves are mounted on brackets securely bonded to the structure.
One aluminium tube emergency tiller, storage in cockpit locker.
24vDC domestic systems with 220vAC via shore-power, inverter or generator.
Baltic Yachts custom made panel with automatic safety circuit breakers.
Indication diodes, amp meters, volt meters and tank level meters are provided.
A 12 V DC for starting system, 24 V DC for service system.
1x 12vDC engine start battery bank - 2015.
24vDC service battery bank.
80A 12v engine-mounted alternator for start battery.
150A 24v secondary alternator for service battery bank.
Northern Light 4kw generator – fitted new 2009.
Generator – revised 2016. Gen set hours: approx. 1,467h @ 19-08-2020.
Shore power system and cable, 220v.
Inverter - 2016.
Fresh Water & Water Heating System:
Water heater provided. Heater capacity is approx. 45 l. Heated by engine cooling water and shore power.
Water pressure system with outlets in heads and galley.
Pump with automatic pressure switch.
Telephone type shower, water faucet for cold and hot pressurised water.
Foot-operated fresh- and salt-water pump in galley, foot-operated freshwater pump in heads.
Two diaphragms type manual bilge pumps with removable handles.
Locations, one at Main companionway and one in the aft cockpit.
One self-priming 24 V DC heavy duty bilge pump with automatic switch.
All tanks are Baltic custom made in stainless steel with baffles and inspection covers.
All tanks are pressure tested.
Tank shut offs provided. A water separator is installed on the fuel line. The fuel tank has a deck fill marked FUEL. The fill fitting is grounded via the tank to a keel bolt.
The freshwater tanks have deck fill marked WATER.
Tank meter with selector switch on electrical panel.
The tanks are securely laminated to the hull and foamed in for rigidity and sound insulation.
Total capacity of 400 litres + 200 litres fuel capacity.
Total capacity of 800 litres + 400 litres water capacity.
Grey/Blackwater holding tanks:
120 litres blackwater holding tank capacity.
Garmin GPS map 4012 chart plotter.
Wind, speed, depth and log.
Gimballed gas stove with burners and oven.
Custom-made stainless-steel refrigerator and freezer compartments, compressor unit belted off the main engine.
3x heads and showers.
Hot & cold pressurised water supplies with shower in heads.
Heating & Ventilation:
Condaria air conditioning.
Stereo with speakers.
Summary of Accommodation:
The Baltic 58 sleeps 8 persons in 3/4 separate staterooms yet maintains easy access to all areas of the interior.
3 heads compartments.
Joinery work is to the highest standard.
All joinery is teak faced with solid teak or laminated teak frames and capping.
The joinery is varnished throughout.
Visible surfaces are varnished, and hand rubbed to obtain a satin type of surface.
All doors are provided with retaining hooks and swing stops.
Kick plates on steps and chafing pieces on sills are provided.
Canvas lee cloths provided for berths in owner's stateroom and guest cabins.
Curtains are provided for side windows and port lights.
Hanging lockers are provided with rods and hooks.
Locker doors are fitted with louvers for ventilation.
Teak gratings in head.
Floorboards with laid teak veneer.
Access to bilge provided where practical.
Dust collector with teak grating in front of main entrance ladder.
Ceiling lined with removable soft panelling.
Description of layout from forwards:
Storage space for sails, rigging equipment, pipe for sheets.
Forward of the guest cabin are two washrooms. One is fitted out as a shower unit, the other has marine toilet and wash-basin.
Forward Guest Cabin:
The former two guest cabins have been opened up by removing the central dividing panel, and now form one very comfortable VIP guest cabin with double berth to port and with upper and lower berths to starboard, hanging locker, drawers and storage space.
Berths have mattresses and leeboards.
Moulded GRP basin in special hygienic gelcoat.
Counter unit and lockers with ample provision for stowage.
Foot-operated fresh water pump.
Marine toilet with overboard discharge through seacock.
Additional close-off valve installed immediately after toilet for added safety and prevented back flow.
Mirror, toothbrush, towel, soap and paper holder.
Telephone type shower, water faucet for cold and hot pressurized water, shower sump with sump pump.
Stowage for cooking utensils.
Adequate drawers and glass racks for stowage of crockery.
Corian-covered work top with deep fiddles.
Deep stainless-steel sink units.
Drying locker for dishes above, garbage container under.
Water faucet for hot and cold pressure water.
Dining area to port with dining table and settees.
Storage space behind settee backrests.
Bookshelves and lockers Curtains for side windows.
A bar and entertainment centre to starboard with lockers and drawers.
Corian covered work top.
Navigation area with stowage for charts, books, pencils etc.
Additional chart stowage under deck.
Bulkhead space for mounting electronic instruments, radio equipment, etc.
Master electric panel with safety circuit breakers and navigator's light.
One king-size berth positioned centrally in the yacht.
One big hanging locker, settee to port, bookshelf, drawers and lockers.
Vanity table with chair, mirror above table and storage space for cosmetics.
Berth provided with mattress and leeboards.
Ensuite washroom to starboard, with marine toilet and washbasin, separate shower unit forward.
Aft cabin with full privacy.
With upper and lower berths on starboard side, hanging locker and storage space.
Berths provided with mattresses and leeboard.
Curtains for side windows.
Washroom to port with marine toilet, washbasin and shower.
Separate entrance from aft cockpit.
Access to engine room space and storage / workshop.
Triple spreader mast.
The spar is made from a hollow oval aluminium section and provided with aluminium air foil spreaders.
White painted spars.
The halyards are internal, and the mast is provided with appropriate exits, halyard blocks and fittings.
The mast is equipped with track for full batten mainsail cars.
Main boom is a tapered aluminium alloy hollow section with appropriate fittings, rollers and cables.
The slab reef system with reefing lines runs through sheaves in boom end.
The port and starboard reefing lines lead aft to centre cockpit trim winches via turning blocks.
One aluminium spinnaker pole, hollow section, with shotgun type outboard end and stud fitting on the inboard end.
Booms white painted.
Standing rigging is rod and the transverse rigging arrangement is discontinuous.
Navtec hydraulics for backstay, vang, outhaul and mast jack.
Main sheet track and traveller. One boom block Twin blocks on traveller.
Two X-haul blocks and two X-haul cheek blocks.
Four genoa tracks, Baltic Yachts custom or equal. Four genoa cars and two padeye cars.
Self-tailing winch package of 10 winches including primaries, secondaries, mainsheet, halyards, reefs and outhaul, 5 of which are electric.
Mainsail – 2012.
Medium/Heavy No.1 genoa – 2012.
Storm Jib – 2010.
Gennaker - 1993.
A pulpit and pushpit of high-quality stainless-steel tube are mounted on the bow and transom.
Double lifelines are installed passing through stainless steel stanchions with stainless steel wire and set up with turnbuckles at the after end.
The pulpit is fitted with navigation lights and the pushpit with a stern light.
Stainless steel handrail for main companionway is provided.
Anchoring & Mooring Equipment:
Electric anchor windlass.
Rocna 45kg primary anchor.
Delta and Fortress secondary anchors.
100m Inox chain - 2015.
60m 10mm stainless chain.
Fenders. Mooring lines.
Covers, Canvas & Cushions:
2x blue canvas sprayhood for both companionways.
Blue canvas bimini on stainless steel frame for aft cockpit.
Tender & Outboard:
Tender is a 3.4m Alson and the outboard is a Honda 20hp - 2015.
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.